Bruce Kuerten, with John DiJulio, has written, produced and directed award winning documentary films, which have been shown at the Chicago, Venice and New York Festivals, broadcast on PBS, the Turner Networks and the Discovery Networks. He has been recognized for "Directorial Achievement" by the Directors Guild of America. His dramatic credits include "The Cracker Man," which reached 67 million households, nationwide, and a feature screenplay, "The Kris," which earned him admission to The Sundance Institute Producers Workshop.
Mr. DiJulio has over 22 years experience in all aspects of film and television production. He has produced several long form documentaries for national PBS including First Frontier, Ain‘t Nothin’ but the Blues, From Fields of Promise and an original drama, the Cracker Man.
Along with producing partner Bruce Kuerten, DiJulio has received a CINE Golden Eagle, a Gold Medal from the New York Festivals, a Golden Apple from the National Educational Film Festival, recognition from the Directors’ Guild of America, a "Best Feature Film" Award from the Sidewalk Film Festival and the prestigious Crystal Heart Award from the Heartland Film Festival.